United States: four homeless people beaten to death in New York

The assault took place in the Chinatown neighborhood in southern Manhattan Island. QFour homeless men were beaten to death on Friday night in New York City, local police said, who arrested the alleged perpetrator, another 24-year-old homeless man. A fifth victim, seriously injured, was taken to hospital, police added. The attack took place in the […]

“Screen Walks”, refurbished screens – Culture / Next

During the pandemic, the borders were closed, the lines of demarcation were widened and the gestures were “barriers”. Paradoxically, partitions have also fallen. Those of our domestic spaces via webcams, our tools and digital data, but also those of communication formats. In the confined world, projects have become collaborative, behind the scenes has gone into […]

Mark Ruffalo, the gloomy life

The mini-series I Know This Much is True is to Mark Ruffalo what the Revenant was to Leonardo DiCaprio, a work entirely devoted and swallowed by an extraordinary performance. And we like it a lot (a lot!), The Ruffalo from Dark Waters or Spotlight, with his doggy eyes and cheeks plunged into paperwork. But did […]

“Understanding the effect of confinement on living conditions”

Articulate health data and social conditions: since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic in France, no study had been launched to jointly assess the two aspects of the epidemic, and even less on the scale of the whole population. Co-led by sociologist Nathalie Bajos, director of research at Inserm, and Josiane Warszawski, epidemiologist at Inserm, […]

Nationale 7: trip to the borders of France

Mathias Depardon should have fixed this spring from the banks of the Tiger, in Iraq. Or at least that is what was on his agenda, before the pandemic and the border closure kept him in France. His country, which he had not yet photographed since 2009 – and at the time, already, by his band […]

Jazz double bass player Henry Grimes carried away by the Covid-19

The jazz world has not been spared this virus. April 17 died in Harlem the double bass player Henry Grimes, free veteran who had yet come a long way, having survived a life almost on the street. It was in the early 2000s that the native of Philadelphia (1935) reappeared after more than three decades […]

Bay Area strives to protect the homeless from corona viruses

Methods vary, but the goal is the same: do everything you can to prevent the corona virus from causing havoc in the Bay Area homeless camps and shelters. As more Bay Area residents are diagnosed with coronavirus and the disease spreads, local officials and nonprofits are stepping up efforts to protect homeless people who are […]